Chile has temperate forests rich in a diversity of species that are unique in the world. Research has led us to discover that some of these, both in their pure forms, and in mixtures with other botanical origins, give us honey with one of the highest levels of natural antibiotics.
Not all honeys are the same, most do not have a significant bactericidal level.
We have identified specific forests where this honey can be produced. One of the most outstanding is ULMO ACTIVE, which shows the highest levels of bactericidal activity. These values also vary according to the other species that coexist with the ULMO.
Each year the active elements that contribute to these properties can vary depending mainly on climatic factors. This is why honey is tested in specialized laboratories, where its compounds are identified and the bactericidal graduation is determined.